Momentum Planning E-Course Overview


At Productive Flourishing (PF), our mission is to help you convert your ideas and aspirations into manageable goals, projects, and actions. That means we provide a LOT of tools and content to help you do your best work.

Trying to digest everything all at once can be a little overwhelming. And I know that the last thing you need is to feel overwhelmed.

You have enough on your plate as it is, working on multiple projects with different deadlines and partnering with a whole cast of collaborators and clients. I’m guessing you’re looking for clarity on how you can meet your goals, accomplish your to-do list, and push through demotivation — while staying organized.

If you’re nodding your head yes, then you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be.

What Is Momentum Planning?

Over the span of this course, I’ll break down some of our best tools at Productive Flourishing into crystal-clear, bite-sized chunks. 

This e-course will help you bypass busy and get to your best work. 

I’ll start with tools that move you right into action, and follow up with tools that help you prioritize and organize your work, and achieve your vision of success.

On its own, each tool can help you manage your time and create a mindset that helps you avoid procrastination, perfectionism, creative doubts, and so on. But when used together, the tools help you step up your game to become a full-fledged momentum master.

Please remember this: planning is a skill that can be learned. It’s not an innate capability or aptitude or something some people can do and others can’t. It’s just a skill that you learn with practice. And that’s precisely what we’ll be doing in the Momentum Planning E-Course.

Course Structure

The Momentum Planning E-Course is divided into two sections: Momentum Planning 101 and Momentum Planning 201. You’ll use the same concepts and skills in both sections, but the Lessons in 201 require some familiarity, practice, and confidence with the information presented in the 101 section.

The e-course isn’t just slapped together. We’re native instructional designers and had an outside instructional designer review our work.

Each lesson will contain:

  • Review sections

  • Key concepts

  • Tools

  • Skills

  • Practices

  • Progress indicators

We’ll walk you through each step above, assuming that you don’t know the key concepts before we start. If you’re already familiar with them, you can speed ahead.

There are 15 lessons in all. I advise you not to sit down and do all 15 in one sitting, especially since some of the lessons require you to practice for a few days or weeks.

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